College Football

Harvard Crimson (5-5)

Sat. 9/15 Sat. 9/22 Sat. 9/29 Sat. 10/6 Fri. 10/12
vs. SD
9:00 AM PT10:00 AM MT11:00 AM CT12:00 PM ET4:00 PM GMT12:00 AM 北京时间9:00 AM MST11:00 AM EST
@ Brown
vs. URI
@ Cor
vs. HolyCr

NFL draft picks by FCS conference in 2010s

(STATS) - Villanova defensive tackle Tanoh Kpassagnon's second-round selection by the Kansas City Chiefs in last year's NFL draft underscored the widespread talent across the FCS.

It marked the fifth straight year that a different conference could lay claim to having the first player selected from the subdivision.

CAA Football collected that distinction with Kpassagnon. When another Villanova player, offensive tackle Brad Seaton, went to the Tennessee Titans in the seventh round, the CAA pulled into a tie with the Southern Conference for the most NFL draft picks among FCS conferences during the 2010s:

Passing Yards: J. Smith1154
Passing TDs: J. Smith5
Rushing Yards: C. Booker III733
Rushing TDs: C. Booker III6
Receiving Yards: J. Shelton-Mosley465
Receiving TDs: H. Taylor3
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2018
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/15 vs. San Diego 9:00 PT10:00 MT11:00 CT12:00 ET4:00 GMT12:00 北京时间9:00 MST11:00 EST
9/22 at Brown TBA
9/29 vs. Rhode Island TBA
10/6 at Cornell TBA
10/12 vs. Holy Cross TBA
10/20 vs. Princeton TBA
10/27 at Dartmouth TBA
11/3 vs. Columbia TBA
11/10 at Penn TBA
11/17 vs. Yale TBA
Ivy League
  Conference Overall
24 Yale 6-1 9-1
Columbia 5-2 8-2
Dartmouth 5-2 8-2
Pennsylvania 4-3 6-4
Cornell 3-4 3-7
Harvard 3-4 5-5
Princeton 2-5 5-5
Brown 0-7 2-8
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3392 (93)
Passing Yards: 1857 (97)
Rushing Yards: 1535 (72)
Points per game: 22.0 (71)
Yards per game: 339.2 (79)
Touchdowns: 23 (95)
Field Goals: 9 (68)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3349 (15)
Passing Yards: 2132 (33)
Rushing Yards: 1217 (11)
Points per game: 20.9 (29)
Yards per game: 334.9 (35)
Touchdowns: 25 (18)
Field Goals: 8 (28)
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